Online Giving

Online Giving:

Please do not forget to support your parish financially during this time of Crisis! Our church depends completely on your offerings in order to minister to you and pay our bills.

Feel free to mail in your contributions, place them in the secure door vault located at the sacristy door  or choose on-line giving.

"Give and gifts will be given to you; a good measure, packed together, shaken down, and overflowing, will be poured into your lap. For the measure with which you measure will in return be measured out to you." --Luke 6:38

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Online Giving is now available for parishioners with WeShare, an easy and convenient way to save time and support the church. Donating is simple, safe, and completely secure.

With WeShare, you can set up a recurring weekly or monthly transaction using your checking, savings, or credit card account. You can decide how much to give to any collection and make changes any time, day or night. This is one way you can continue to send your offering until we are able to attend Mass in the church.

If you would like to enroll in our Secure Online Giving, click the link or the WeShare logo. If you have any questions or concerns about the program or would like help setting up your account, please call our parish office at 702-647-3440

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19th Annual Parish Festival

19th Annual Parish Festival

St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church

Mass Schedule

Mass in English

Saturdays: 4:00PM

Sundays: 6:30AM English Mass, 11:00AM English Mass, 1:00PM English, 5:00PM English Mass

Mass in Spanish



Monday: through Friday 7:30AM Mass in English

Saturday: 8:00AM Mass in English

Wednesday: 7:00PM Mass in Spanish

Confession in English

Saturdays 3:00PM– 4:00PM

Misas en inglés

Sábados a las 4:00PM

Domingos a las 6:30AM, 11:00AM, 1:00PM,

y 5:00PM





Lunes a viernes de 7:30am en inglés. 

Sábados 8AM en inglés. 

Miércoles 7PM en español.

Los confesiones en español son los

miércoles a las 5:00PM


Gift Shop

The gift shop is now open

 St Francis de Sales Gift Shop has

reopened for your shopping needs after each weekend  Mass and is

temporally located in the cry room inside the church.

The Covid-19 protocols and regulations that we must

comply with in church will also apply to the gift shop.

Social distancing, mandatory masks etc.

La tiendita de articulos religiosos  San Francisco de Sales

estará abierta inmediatamente después de

cada Misa dominical en julio ubicada en el salón de los niños.

Las reglas y protocolos de covid-19 se aplicarán también allí.


Year of St Joseph

Plenary indulgence offered each Wednesday in this Year of St. Joseph

Pope Francis on December 8th announced a special year dedicated to St. Joseph starting with the announcement and lasting through December 8, 2021, the feast of the Immaculate Conception. The special year marks the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of St. Joseph as the Patron of the Universal Church. The Apostolic Penitentiary also issued a decree granting special indulgences for the duration of the special year to celebrate the anniversary and “to perpetuate the entrustment of the whole Church to the powerful patronage of the Custodian of Jesus.” During this period, the faithful will have the opportunity to commit themselves “with prayer and good works, to obtain, with the help of St. Joseph, head of the heavenly Family of Nazareth, comfort and relief from the serious human and social tribulations that besiege the contemporary world today.”  The decree notes that devotion to St. Joseph has grown extensively throughout the history of the Church, “which not only attributes to him high reverence after that of the Mother of God his spouse, but has also given him multiple patronages.” At the same time, the Magisterium of the Church continues to discover “old and new greatness in this treasure which is St. Joseph, like the master in the Gospel of Matthew who brings from his storeroom both the new and the old.” Therefore, the gift of indulgences granted through a decree of the Apostolic Penitentiary by mandate of the Holy Father “will be of great benefit to the perfect attainment of the appointed purpose.”

Conditions for the plenary indulgence The plenary indulgence is granted to the faithful under the usual conditions (sacramental confession, Eucharistic Communion, and prayer for the Pope’s intentions) to Christians who, with a spirit detached from any sin, participate in the Year of St. Joseph on these occasions and manners indicated by the Apostolic Penitentiary:

–  The plenary indulgence is granted to those who will meditate for at least 30 minutes on the Lord’s Prayer, or take part in a Spiritual Retreat of at least one day that includes a meditation on St. Joseph. “St. Joseph, an authentic man of faith, invites us”, the decree reads, “to rediscover our filial relationship with the Father, to renew fidelity to prayer, to listen and correspond with profound discernment to God’s will.”

–  The indulgence can also be obtained by those who, following St. Joseph’s example, will perform a spiritual or corporal work of mercy. St. Joseph “encourages us to rediscover the value of silence, prudence, and loyalty in carrying out our duties,” the decree notes. The recitation of the Holy Rosary in families and among engaged couples is another way of obtaining indulgences, in order that “all Christian families may be stimulated to recreate the same atmosphere of intimate communion, love and prayer that was in the Holy Family.”

 - Everyone who entrusts their daily activity to the protection of St. Joseph, and every faithful who invokes the intercession of St. Joseph so that those seeking work can find dignifying work can also obtain the plenary indulgence. On 1 May 1955, Pope Pius XII instituted the feast of St. Joseph “with the intent that the dignity of work be recognized by all, and that it inspires social life and laws, based on the fair distribution of rights and duties.” In addition to these, the Apostolic Penitentiary grants a plenary indulgence to the faithful who will recite any legitimately approved prayer or act of piety in honor of St. Joseph, for example, “To you, O blessed Joseph” especially on “March 19, on May 1, the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph [the Sunday between Christmas and New Year’s Day], on St. Joseph’s Sunday  on the 19th of each month, and every Wednesday, a day dedicated to the memory of the saint according to the Latin tradition.”

- Amid the ongoing Covid-19 health crisis, the gift of the plenary indulgence is also extended to the sick, the elderly, the dying and all those who for legitimate reasons are unable to leave their homes. They too can obtain the plenary indulgences if they are detached from any sin and have the intention of fulfilling, as soon as possible, the three usual conditions and recite an act of piety in honor of St. Joseph, offering to God the pains and hardships of their lives.

Prayer to Saint Joseph

To you, O blessed Joseph, do we come in our tribulations, and having implored the help of your most holy Spouse, we confidently invoke your patronage also. Through that clarity which bound you to the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God and through the paternal love with which you embraced the Child Jesus, we humbly beg you graciously to regard the inheritance which Jesus Christ has purchased by his Blood, and with your power and strnght to aid us in our necessities. O most watchful guardian of the Holy Family, defend the chosen children of Jesus Christ; O most loving father, ward off from us every contagion of error and corrupting influence; O our most mightly protector, be kind to us and from heavan assist us in our struggle with the power of darkness. As once you rescued the Child Jesus from deadly peril, so now protect God's Holy Church from the snare of the enemy and from all adversity; shield, too, each one of us by your constant protection, so that, supported by yourexample and your aid, we may be able to live piously, to die in holiness, and to obtain eternal happiness in heaven. Amen.


Año de San José

Dios confió a José sus tesoros más preciosos: Jesús y María. Y él correspondió con fe, con coraje, con ternura, con corazón de Padre”, dijo el papa Francisco al presentar a los fieles el Año de San Joséel 8 de diciembre del 2020. Las indulgencias especiales con ocasión del Año de San José, fueron  autorizadas por el Papa para celebrar el 150 aniversario de la proclamación de San José como patrono de la Iglesia universal. La Penitenciaría Apostólica, emitió un decreto de acuerdo con la voluntad del pontífice para conceder “benévolamente” a partir del 8 de diciembre de 2020 hasta el 8 de diciembre del 2021, una serie de Indulgencias. La indulgencia plenaria se concede a aquellos que mediten durante al menos 30 minutos el Padre Nuestro o participen en un retiro spiritual de al menos un día que incluya una meditación sobre San José. También aquellos que realicen una obra de misericordia spiritual o corporal, podrán ganar la indulgencia plenaria. Se concede la indulgencia plenaria por el rezo del santo rosario en familia y entre esposos o novios. Podrá conseguir la indulgencia plenaria todo aquel que confíe diariamente su trabajo a la protección de San José y todo aquel que invoque con sus oraciones la intercesión de San José Obrero para los que buscan trabajo y para que el trabajo de todos sea más digno. La indulgencia plenaria se concederá a los que recen a San José en favor de la iglesia perseguida y por todos los cristianos que sufren algún tipo de persecución. Y finalmente se concede la indulgencia plenaria a los fieles que recen alguna oración aprobada en honor de San José, especialmente el día 19 de marzo o el 1ro de mayo, en la fiesta de la Sagrada Familia, el 19 de cada mes o cada miércoles, día dedicado a la memoria del santo. Los días tradicionalmente dedicados a la memoria del Esposo de María, son el 19 de marzo y el 1 de mayo, y la fiesta de la Sagrada Familia. La indulgencia plenaria se extiende a los ancianos, los enfermos, los moribundos y todos aquellos que por razones legítimas no pueden salir de su casa. Estas personas, tan pronto como sea posible, pueden llenar las tres condiciones habituales (confesión sacramental, comunión eucarística y oración por las intenciones del Santo Padre), en su propia casa o dondequiera que el impedimento les retenga, recen un acto de piedad en honor de San José.


A ti, bienaventurado San José, acudimos en nuestra tribulación; y después de invocar el auxilio de tu Santísima Esposa solicitamos también confiados tu patrocinio. Por aquella caridad que con la Inmaculada Virgen María, Madre de Dios, te tuvo unido, y por el paterno amor con que abrazaste al Niño Jesús, humildemente te suplicamos vuelvas benigno los ojos a la herencia que con su Sangre adquirió Jesucristo, y con tu poder y auxilio socorras nuestras necesidades. Protege, Providentísimo Custodio de la Sagrada Familia la escogida descendencia de Jesucristo; aparta de nosotros toda mancha de error y corrupción; asístenos propicio, desde el cielo, fortísimo libertador nuestro, en esta lucha con el poder de las tinieblas: y, como en otro tiempo librasteis al Niño Jesús del inminente peligro de la vida, así ahora, defiende a la Iglesia Santa de Dios de las asechanzas de sus enemigos y de toda adversidad, ya cada uno de nosotros protégenos con el perpetuo patrocinio, para que, a tu ejemplo y sostenidos por tu auxilio, podamos santamente vivir y piadosamente morir y alcanzar en el cielo la eterna felicidad. Amén.





Diocese of Las Vegas CSA 2021

Video- Bishop George Leo Thomas on CSA 2021

Strenghtening One Another in the Faith

Catholic Stewardship Appeal 2021 

CSA Brochures, pledge cards and can be found on the Diocesan Website

You may also call the office at 702-634-3440 for more information.

Usted puede llamar al oficina parroquial para obtener más información a 702-647-3440.

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CSA 2021 Strengthening One Another in the Faith

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